WASHINGTON — Several officials from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are being called to testify before a House subcommittee next week on recent allegations that employees were being mistreated.

The House Financial Services Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee said it will hold a hearing April 2 to look into statistical disparities that showed the CFPB's white employees were more likely to get a higher performance rating than minority employees. The disparities were made public in a March 6 article by American Banker that also included quotes from several employees who claimed there is a "retaliatory" atmosphere after filing complaints.

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